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Deploying Applications

The Google Cloud Platform provides many different frameworks and options to fit your application’s needs. In this introductory-level quest, you will get plenty of hands-on practice deploying sample applications on Google App Engine. You will also dive into other web application frameworks like Firebase, Wordpress, and Node.js and see firsthand how they can be integrated with GCP.

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Websites and Web Applications

When it comes to hosting websites and web applications, you want a framework that’s robust, fast, and secure. By choosing the Google Cloud Platform, you will have all of those needs covered. In this fundamental-level quest, you will get hands-on practice with GCPs key infrastructure and computing services for the web. From deploying your first web app, to integrating Cloud SQL with Ruby on Rails, to mapping the NYC subway system on App Engine, you will learn all the skills needed to harness GCPs web hosting power.

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Cloud Security Scanner: Qwik Start

The Cloud Security Scanner identifies security vulnerabilities in your Google App Engine web applications.

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Monitoring Security Groups with AWS Config

In this lab you will learn how to use AWS Config with a Lambda function to detect changes to the ingress permissions of an EC2 security group and automatically reverse changes that are made. In an different lab, Monitoring Security Groups with Amazon CloudWatch Events, you will do something similar but with different services. Both of these labs illustrate techniques that could be used to provide additional layers of protection to infrastructure controls. Prerequisites: To successfully complete this lab, you should be familiar with EC2 security groups. Python programming skills are helpful, although full solution code is provided. It would be helpful to have taken the Introduction to AWS Lambda lab at qwiklabs.com.

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Programming AWS Security Token Service (STS) with .NET

This lab continues to build Windows application development skills, this time leveraging the Security Token Service (STS) to provide secure access to cloud storage in S3. After demonstrating the basic steps of installing Visual Studio Community Edition and the AWS Toolkit for .NET, the student builds a simple console application in C# using the AWS SDK for .NET. The lab will then demonstrate how to use STS to obtain temporary credentials to access protected S3 resources.

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Configure Secure RDP using a Windows Bastion Host

This is a Challenge Lab where you must complete a series of tasks within a limited time period. Instead of following step-by-step instructions, you will be presented with a general objective, and will be scored automatically based on your activity.

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Auditing Your Security with AWS Trusted Advisor

This lab demonstrates the steps to audit your AWS resources with Trusted Advisor to ensure your configuration complies with basic security best practices. The topics covered will also include working with security groups, multifactor authentication (MFA), and AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM).

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Update Security Groups Automatically Using AWS Lambda

Security is a top priority for Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS provides many tools and services to meet your unique security needs. This lab will present a solution, among many, to enhance your security. This lab walks through a method to automatically update your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Security Groups to only allow access from Amazon CloudFront and AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF). Defining Security Groups rules this way prevents malicious requests from by-passing AWS WAF security rules and accessing your EC2 instances directly.

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Securing Your GKE Deployments with Binary Authorization

This hands-on lab Demonstrates how to use Binary Authorization secure your GKE cluster by requiring all containers to be verified and signed by trusted attestors as a part of the build/deploy process.

Hands-On Lab

Monitoring Security Groups with Amazon CloudWatch Events

In this lab you will learn how to use AWS CloudWatch events with a Lambda function to detect changes to the ingress permissions of an EC2 security group. In an different lab, Monitoring Security Groups with AWS Config, you will do something similar but with different services. Both of these labs illustrate techniques that could be used to provide additional layers of protection to infrastructure controls. Prerequisites: To successfully complete this lab, you should be familiar with EC2 security groups. Python programming skills are helpful, although full solution code is provided. It would be helpful to have taken the Introduction to AWS Lambda lab.

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